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2023 Top NCAA Football Teams To Sell




*In parenthesis is the team's record last year.



1. UAB (7-6)- revered former HC Bill Clark's absence will be even more profound in year 2 OVER/UNDER Total Wins 4.5


2. Liberty (8-5)- if the Flames can’t settle on a starting QB matching last year’s 8 wins appears to be the ceiling in 2023 OVER/UNDER Total Wins 8.5


3. Maryland (8-5)- rebuilt lines on both sides of the ball could foil the Terrapins run at a 3rd consecutive winning season OVER/UNDER Total Wins 7.5


4. Washington State (7-6)- new coordinators on both sides of the ball, a new WR corps, and the loss of All-Pac-12 LB Daiyan Henley will be too much for the Cougars to overcome OVER/UNDER Total Wins 6.5


5. Purdue (8-6)- Walters is the 8th HC at Purdue since 1982 and only 2 have left West Lafayette with a winning record (Joe Tiller-1997-2008, Jeff Brohm-2017-2022) OVER/UNDER Total Wins 5.5


6. Florida State (10-3)- a lot of preseason hype for a team that didn't beat a single ACC opponent with a winning conference record last year OVER/UNDER Total Wins 9.5


7. Texas (8-5)- high expectations for Steve Sarkisian, who has never won more than 8 regular season games in his 8 full seasons as HC OVER/UNDER Total Wins 9.5


8. Connecticut (6-7)- a daunting schedule could set the Huskies back after last year’s surprise bowl appearance OVER/UNDER Total Wins 4.5


9. South Carolina (8-5)- the Gamecocks ranked outside the top 100 in rush yards and rush yards allowed last year which isn’t a formula for sustained success in the SEC OVER/UNDER Total Wins 6.5


10. San Jose State (7-5)- massive roster turnover on defense along with a loaded front end schedule will likely prevent a third bowl appearance in 4 seasons OVER/UNDER Total Wins 5.5


11. Washington (11-2)- Colorado and UCLA have been replaced on the schedule by USC and Utah and the Huskies won’t be sneaking up on anyone this time around OVER/UNDER Total Wins 9.5

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